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List of awards and nominations received by Phil Collins

Grammy AwardsEdit

Year Awarded Nominee/work Category Result Ref.
1984 "I Don't Care Anymore" Best Rock Vocal Performance, Male Nominated [1][2]
1985 "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)" Song of the Year Nominated [3]
Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male Won
Against All Odds Soundtrack (featuring Big Country, Larry Carlton, Michel Colombier, Peter Gabriel, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, Stevie Nicks & Mike Rutherford) Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special Nominated
Phil Collins (home video) (consisting of the music videos "In The Air Tonight", "I Missed Again", "Thru These Walls" & "You Can't Hurry Love")[4] Best Video, Short Form Nominated
1986 No Jacket Required Album of the Year (shared with Hugh Padgham) Won [5]
Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male Won
"Easy Lover" (featuring Philip Bailey) Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals Nominated
Phil Collins and Hugh Padgham Producer of the Year (Non-Classical) Won
"Do They Know It's Christmas?" (as part of Band Aid) Best Music Video, Short Form Nominated
No Jacket Required EP (home video) (consisting of the music videos "Sussudio", "One More Night", "Who Said I Would", "Don't Lose My Number" & "Take Me Home")[6] Nominated
1988 The Prince's Trust All-Star Rock Concert (home video) (featuring Eric Clapton, Elton John, Mark Knopfler, Paul McCartney, George Michael, Rod Stewart, Sting, Tina Turner & Paul Young)[7] Best Performance Music Video (shared with Anthony Eaton) Won [8][9]
1989 "A Groovy Kind of Love" Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male Nominated [10]
"Two Hearts" (from Buster) Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television (shared with Lamont Dozier) Won
1991 ...But Seriously Album of the Year (shared with Hugh Padgham) Nominated [11][12]
Best Engineered Recording – Non-Classical (for Hugh Padgham) Nominated
"Another Day in Paradise" Record of the Year (shared with Hugh Padgham) Won
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male Nominated
Best Music Video, Short Form Nominated
"Saturday Night and Sunday Morning" Best Pop Instrumental Performance Nominated
Phil Collins and Hugh Padgham Producer of the Year (Non-Classical) Nominated
The Singles Collection (home video)[13] Best Music Video, Long Form Nominated
1997 "Do Nothing till You Hear from Me" (featuring Quincy Jones, from his album Q's Jook Joint) Best Instrumental Arrangement with Accompanying Vocals (for Quincy Jones & Sammy Nestico) Nominated [14][15]
2000 Tarzan Soundtrack (featuring Mark Mancina) Best Soundtrack Album Won [16]
"You'll Be in My Heart" (from Tarzan) Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Nominated

American Music AwardsEdit

Year Awarded Nominee/work Category Result Ref.
1986 No Jacket Required Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated [17]
Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist Nominated
Favorite Pop/Rock Male Video Artist Nominated
"Easy Lover" (featuring Philip Bailey) Favorite Pop/Rock Video Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Male Video Artist Nominated
1991 ...But Seriously Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won [18]
Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist Won
2000 Tarzan Soundtrack Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won [19]

Brit AwardsEdit

Year Awarded Nominee/work Category Result Ref.
1983 Himself British Male Artist Nominated [20][21]
1986 No Jacket Required British Album Won [22][23][24][25]
Himself British Male Artist Won
Hugh Padgham British Producer Nominated
1987 Himself British Male Artist Nominated [26]
1989 Won [27][28]
Buster Soundtrack (featuring Anne Dudley & The Four Tops) Soundtrack/Cast Recording Won
1990 "Another Day in Paradise" British Single Won [29][30]
Himself British Male Artist Won
1991 Nominated [31]
1992 Nominated [32]
1993 Nominated [33]
2010 No Jacket Required British Album of 30 Years Nominated [34]

Billboard Music AwardsEdit

Year Awarded Nominee/work Category Result Ref.
1990 ...But Seriously #1 World Album Won [35][36]
Himself Top Male Artist Won
#1 Adult Contemporary Artist Won
"Do You Remember?" #1 Adult Contemporary Single Won
1999 "You'll Be in My Heart" Nominated [37]

Ivor Novello AwardsEdit

Year Awarded Nominee/work Category Result Ref.
1982 "In the Air Tonight" International Hit of the Year Won [38]
1985 "Against All Odds" Best Song Musically And Lyrically Won [39]
1986 "Easy Lover" (featuring Philip Bailey) Most Performed Work Won [40]
Best Selling A-Side Nominated
1989 "Two Hearts" Best Film Theme or Song Nominated [41]
1990 "Another Day in Paradise" Best Song Musically And Lyrically Nominated [42]
International Hit of the Year Won
1991 Himself Songwriter of the Year Won [43]
2008 International Achievement Won [44]

MTV Video Music AwardsEdit

Year Awarded Nominee/work Category Result Ref.
1985 "Easy Lover" (featuring Philip Bailey) Best Overall Performance in a Video Won [45]
1986 "Take Me Home" Best Male Video Nominated [46]

NRJ Music AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2002 Himself NRJ Award of Honor Won

Academy AwardsEdit

Golden Globe AwardsEdit

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice AwardsEdit

Year Awarded Nominee/work Category Result Ref.
2000 "Two Worlds" (from Tarzan) Favorite Song from a Movie Nominated [53]

Disney LegendsEdit

Year Awarded Award Notes Ref.
2002 Disney Legend Award For outstanding contribution to The Walt Disney Company** [54]

**Until Anika Noni Rose became a recipient in 2011, Collins held the record for shortest time between his first contribution in 1996, when he first started to write the music for Disney's Tarzan, and being named a Disney Legend in 2002.

Hall of FameEdit

Royal awardsEdit

Year Awarded Award Notes Ref.
1994 Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order For his contribution to The Prince's Trust [57][58][59]

Honorary degreesEdit

Year Awarded Degree University Notes Ref.
1987 Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts Fairleigh Dickinson University [60]
1991 Honorary Doctorate of Music Berklee College of Music [61]
2012 Honorary Doctorate of History McMurry University For the book The Alamo and Beyond: A Collector's Journey (2012) [62]
2019 Honorary Doctorate of Jazz And Pop Music University of Music and Performing Arts Graz [63]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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